To celebrate UCN turning 2 years old, we are adopting a brown bat at a wildlife rescue and education center and we need your help naming it! The adoption will cost $100, anyone can donate toward this cost. If you want to donate to help sponsor the bat, please contact Banshih in game for her paypal to send money to. We are sponsoring a brown bat, which was a rescue from an over crowded facility. In the near future, Banshih will go to the location where the bat is, and bring back additional photos and a status update.
WE NEED YOUR HELP NAMING THE BAT!
If you donate to help sponsor the bat, you can pick a name to be voted on to name the bat. Even a donation as little as $5 will let you pick a name to be voted on. Donations are only open to UCN members. Please keep the name in theme with the Forsaken and non-offensive. The name we select will be for the life of the animal. This animal will be used in education outreach with the public. The bat we are adopting is male.
Bat Donation End Date: May 15th, 2015
Name Voting: After all sponsors names are submitted. Watch for further details!
More about the wildlife rescue and education center we are adopting the bat from: “The Organization for Bat Conservation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit environmental education organization dedicated to inspiring people to protect bats and conserve biodiversity. Since 1992, our mission has been to teach people about the importance of bats and inspire people to actively protect bats. Each year, nearly 250,000 people learn about bats through the organization’s live animal education programs, tours of the Bat Zone, exhibits and the national Save the Bats Campaign.
At the Bat Zone–our home base at Cranbrook Institute of Science in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan–we care for more than 150 bats from around the world, owls, flying squirrels, sugar gliders, skunks and a two-toed sloth. Tours of the Bat Zone run Saturdays at 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm and Sundays at 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm and daily during the summer. ”
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